dealign

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de·a·lign

 (dē′ə-līn′)
intr. & tr.v. de·a·ligned, de·a·lign·ing, de·a·ligns
To end or cause to end one's association with a political party.

de′a·lign′ment n.
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Moreover, in all four regions, close to a third of voters were dealigned.
Similarly, Skowronek points to 1980 and the Reagan revolution as a major change in political eras, not 1968 and the dawn of a postpartisan, candidate-centered, dealigned political world.